Get Real: Start with Self-Transformation?
At Succeed On Purpose, we start your self-transformation by helping you get real – which means defining what’s in the way, and where to focus. Maybe it’s your confidence that needs to be improved, or mindset.Or maybe you just don’t know HOW to make the changes to achieve success?
The hardest part of self-transformation is knowing where to start. Too often we read books and attend seminars to find the “key” to happiness or success, yet our life remains fundamentally unchanged. Why is that?
Where to Start
You need to start by isolating the part of your life that needs to be transformed. Are your limiting beliefs holding you back? Are unconscious barriers standing in the way? Or do you need a methodology for success?
Succeed On Purpose offers a FREE Self-Transformation Assessment
to help you determine where to start and what to focus on.
Find Your Purpose
Another key element of getting in touch with your truest self is identifying your purpose. You’ve probably asked yourself the question, “What is my purpose?
” in the past, and if you haven’t already, it’s time to find the answer.
Take our FREE Find Your Purpose course
and find the words that will help guide your personal and professional pursuits.
No More Excuses
Life happens, but it’s important to be honest with yourself. When a pattern repeats itself in our lives — it’s actually a choice, and believe it or not, we do have complete control to make new choices.However, we allow ourselves to use daily drama as an excuse for a poor choice, which means we’re actually refocusing on the drama. And when we focus on the drama, and use it as an excuse, we’re actually creating more drama because “we get what we focus on.” That’s right. By using drama as an excuse, and retelling the drama, we are unconsciously creating more drama.
Stop focusing on the drama
and accept responsibility for poor choices.
Learn to Say No
When we say “yes” to everything, we take too much risk. When we say yes to everyone, we end up assuming more than our share of the responsibility. When we say yes to the world, we sometimes forget to say yes to ourselves.No doesn't mean that I can't do something. A healthy no means that I CHOOSE not to do something.
No doesn't mean that I don't care, it just means that I care equally about myself, and I don't have the bandwidth to help. No doesn't mean that I don't want to, it just means that I have other priorities. And no doesn't mean that I don't value what you're offering, it just means that I value my own journey as well.
Get real with yourself and learn when to say, “no.”
Face Your Fears & Embrace Failure
Certain fears hang out energetically in our subconscious minds, and over time, those fears can eat away at us from the inside out. Yet many people resist facing their fears.
and taking proactive steps to overcome them can set you up for success on your journey to self-transformation.
Take our FREE “Fear of” Quiz
to identify the fears that are holding you back. Once you face them, you can overcome them.
Fear of failure is a common fear, but remember, some of the successes in the world, from Olympians to politicians, to business leaders and innovators, were always preceded by incredible failures. Deep down, we KNOW this to be true, but in our own lives, we still avoid failure like it was the plague.
To achieve your highest potential, you must learn how to fail forward
Once you’ve embraced and accepted who you are, you can grow your confidence.